Bachelor's Degrees

All of the undergraduate degrees at DelVal, with the exception of the zoo science major, are available to continuing studies students who want to attend classes on a part-time basis. While many classes are scheduled online and in the evening hours, not all programs can be completed entirely in these formats and will require some daytime attendance.

Want to find out more about each degree option? The university catalog contains a complete listing of the classes for each major, outlining not only the required and core courses, but also areas of specialization, minor options and electives where you can customize the experience to your particular interests and career goals.

Associate Degrees

In this economy and competitive job market, having some form of college degree is a must for positive career trajectory. An associate degree provides credentials that increase annual earnings and provide you with career advancement opportunities. Graduates with an associate degree can earn up to 23% more than high school graduates.

Business administration

Our 60-credit associate degree in business administration will give you an efficient way to earn a credential necessary for entry into many professional careers. It will also provide you with many of the courses required to complete your bachelor’s degree in business administration when you are ready to do so. Offering the greatest level of flexibility, courses are available on campus in the evening, during the day and online.

Equine studies

DelVal offers an associate in equine studies, a program that combines a core of business and communication classes alongside equine-specialized courses such as Introduction to Equine Science, Equine Health Management, Horse Breeding Management and riding skills.

Go to the current students page for link to search current and upcoming credit courses.

Go to the bursar's office for tuition information for continuing and professional studies students.